UPDATE: Fire chief: 2 dead in SF crash found outside jet
San Francisco's fire chief
says the two people who died in the Asiana airlines crash were found
outside of the heavily damaged jetliner.
Fire Chief Joanne Hayes-White said late Saturday that she did not know the ages or genders of the victims.
Asiana Flight 214 from Seoul had more than 300
passengers and crew members aboard when it made a hard landing, lost a
tail and caught on fire at San Francisco International Airport on
More than 180 people were taken to nine area
hospitals, but the majority had relatively minor injuries. As of
Saturday evening the number of fatalities stood at two while at least
five people were reported in critical condition.
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